Personal schedule for Stephan Hochdörfer

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Tools and Techniques
Location: Portland 252
Matthew McCullough (GitHub, Inc.), Tim Berglund (GitHub)
Average rating: ****.
(4.47, 34 ratings)
Matthew McCullough, trainer for GitHub.com, and Tim Berglund, co-presenter of the O'Reilly Git Master Class videos and Mastering Advanced Git videos, will guide you through the fundamentals and a few intermediate elements of Git in three hours of lecture, discussion, and hands-on exercises. Read more.
Community
Location: D135
Christie Koehler (Mozilla / Stumptown Syndicate), Audrey Eschright (Elevated Code / Stumptown Syndicate), Sherri Koehler (Samatha Yoga / Open Source Bridge / Ignite Portland)
Average rating: ***..
(3.73, 11 ratings)
A fun, comprehensive tutorial on how to host a successful code sprint, hackathon, (un)conference or workshop. Read more.
Javascript & HTML5
Location: Portland 252
Estelle Weyl (Standardista.com)
Average rating: ****.
(4.30, 20 ratings)
Web development without Photoshop, IDs or classes? Improve your development time, reduced maintenance costs, SEO, accessibility and site performance with CSS. This skills-based workshop will cover including selectors, specificity, media queries, backgrounds, gradients, animations, browser quirks, debugging and basic to advanced best practices. Read more.
Geek Lifestyle
Location: D136
Wade Minter (TeamSnap), Mark Cornick (TeamSnap), Emily Dobervich (TeamSnap)
Average rating: ****.
(4.71, 14 ratings)
Getting everyone in your company or development team on the same page can be a challenge. Back for a second year, this on-your-feet workshop will teach fast, fun improv techniques for helping your group to bond as a team. Learn the secrets of improv-based team building from two professionals who have decades of experience working in open source, Internet start-ups and corporate training. Read more.
PHP
Location: E144
Tags: php
Average rating: ****.
(4.18, 11 ratings)
A look at the state of PHP in 2012 and how it fits into the current technology stack. The session will cover common mistakes and a detailed review of new PHP 5.4 features. Read more.
PHP
Location: E144
Lorna Jane Mitchell (LornaJane)
Average rating: ****.
(4.62, 8 ratings)
Did you know that the newest version of PHP ships with its own development server? This talk discusses when this might be useful (and when it isn't!) and also covers a selection of the other features new in PHP. Read more.
Sponsored Sessions
Location: E143
Boris Livshutz (Appdynamics)
Average rating: ***..
(3.00, 5 ratings)
Data systems have struggled to keep up with the rapid growth of application data. As a result, many have turned to sharding their data as a solution. These new complex systems or "data clouds" present a new array of challenges. In this session we'll discuss best practices around monitoring and managing your data cloud. Read more.
Programming
Location: Portland 256
Dan Menard (Netflix)
Average rating: ***..
(3.32, 38 ratings)
Why don't more companies practice code review? We all know how beneficial it is, and we've all seen it's successes in open source. What's so hard about bringing it over to the world of commercial software development? Nothing! This is a success story about adopting code review from the open source community and applying it to commercial development. It worked for us. It can work for you too. Read more.
Community
Location: D138
David Eaves (Eaves Consulting)
Average rating: ****.
(4.60, 10 ratings)
What do data analytics and negotiation theory have in common? In this talk, community management adviser David Eaves will outline how these two disciplines form the core of a new Science of Community Management: an approach to measure and manage contributors to make participation less frustration and more productive. Read more.
Sponsored Sessions
Location: E142
Greg Brockman (Stripe)
Average rating: ****.
(4.20, 5 ratings)
Applications are only as reliable as the database they use. At Stripe, we've developed a set of practical techniques for running MongoDB without downtime even in the face of catastophic machine failure. This session will cover a range of these techniques (and the tales behind their development). Read more.
PHP
Location: E144
Laura Thomson (Mozilla Corporation), Luke Welling ([Redacted])
Average rating: ***..
(3.78, 9 ratings)
For the last twelve years we've been giving conference talks and writing books about how to develop for the web in PHP. Over that time we've made a bunch of recommendations: some still hold true, and some things have changed quite a bit since 2000. We'll talk about how the landscape's changed, and how and when you should change the way you work. Read more.
Javascript & HTML5
Location: Portland 251
Joakim Recht (Tradeshift)
Average rating: **...
(2.95, 21 ratings)
Testing HTML UIs - can it be done? Most people instinctively say no, but it doesn't have to be like that. Using technologies like Webdriver, Selenium, and Geb, it actually becomes possible, and we'll take a look at how. Read more.
Data
Location: Portland 252
Tags: php, nosql, mongodb
Steve Francia (10gen)
Average rating: ***..
(3.75, 8 ratings)
It is common to use multiple systems as part of the infrastructure of an application, but it’s sometimes unclear to developers when to use MongoDB alongside a relational database and what the best practices are. This presentation will introduce MongoDB, make the case for hybrid applications, and outline several real-world examples of such applications. Read more.
PHP
Location: E144
Lorna Jane Mitchell (LornaJane)
Average rating: ***..
(3.94, 16 ratings)
Whether you're consumer or provider, getting the API right is a puzzle. This session gives the best practices for making this relationship easier all round, with clear PHP-based examples and a few war stories to go with them. Read more.
Programming
Location: Portland 256
John Musser (ProgrammableWeb)
Average rating: ****.
(4.47, 19 ratings)
If open APIs and open data are the new open source, then what makes a good API into a great API? This session is a deep-dive on helping you build better APIs. And designing an open API is a lot harder than it looks: protocols, data formats, optimizations, security, abstractions, and more. This session draws on our experience at ProgrammableWeb where we've looked at over 5,000 different open APIs. Read more.
PHP
Location: E144
Bastian Hofmann (ResearchGate GmbH)
Average rating: ****.
(4.40, 5 ratings)
Dependency Inversion is an important technique of object oriented software design and one of Uncle Bob's S.O.L.I.D. principles. In this talk I'll show you what this means and how modern PHP dependency injection containers can help you massively. I will especially highlight rg\injection, a new, fetaure rich container inspired by google-guice. Read more.
PHP
Location: E144
Luke Welling ([Redacted])
Average rating: ****.
(4.50, 2 ratings)
PHP has rarely been a fashionable language, so it's probably no surprise that it is not high fashion for startups today. What advantages influence the startups that choose it? Ignoring loss of hipster cred, what real disadvantages do they face? What features of other language ecosystems are missing or underused in PHP? Read more.
Mobile
Location: F150
Paul Beusterien (Mobile Developer Solutions)
Average rating: ***..
(3.36, 14 ratings)
Create, develop, and deploy mobile applications with JavaScript, HTML, and CSS using PhoneGap. Read more.
PHP
Location: E144
Paul Jones (http://paul-m-jones.com/)
Average rating: *****
(5.00, 2 ratings)
When dealing with databases, developers frequently run into the N+1 problem, in which they populate domain objects via queries in loops. This causes terrible performance drags. The talk shows how to solve the N+1 problem in plain PHP as well as Postgres. It concludes with a way of automating the PHP side, and includes editorializing about the origins of the N+1 problem in the developer mindset. Read more.
Mobile
Location: F150
Anna Filina (FooLab Inc.)
Average rating: ***..
(3.50, 10 ratings)
jQuery Mobile is a cross-platform framework made for smartphones and tablets. With its HTML5 interface, it looks and feels like an app. This presentation will teach you how to quickly create a mobile front-end with little effort. It will also feature a use-case of adapting an existing web application to the mobile. Read more.
PHP, Programming
Location: E144
Thomas Lee (New Relic)
Average rating: ***..
(3.50, 2 ratings)
So you know the PHP language back to front, you know all the frameworks, and you've churned out countless native PHP modules in C -- but have you ever wondered how you might toy with the PHP language itself? Come along and learn a little more about the inside of your favourite programming language as I guide you through the process of adding a new keyword to the language. Read more.
PHP
Location: E144
Stephan Hochdörfer (bitExpert AG)
Average rating: ***..
(3.47, 15 ratings)
Automated software testing is an widely-adopted standard today. Unfortunately there exist applications that are not testable by their design. In the first part of the session it is shown how the dynamic nature of PHP can be used to manipulate such dependencies. In the second part of the session an additional layer gets introduced which transforms parts of components into testable code fragments. Read more.
Data
Location: Portland 252
Matthew Soldo (Heroku, Inc)
Average rating: ***..
(3.33, 15 ratings)
Recent shifts in the tech world - including PaaS, cloud-services, and NoSQL - have dramatically altered the manner in which software is written, deployed, and run. This talk will discuss how PostgreSQL fits into - and can potentially take advantage of - this world. Read more.
Data
Location: Portland 252
Pat Patterson (Salesforce.com)
Average rating: ***..
(3.88, 8 ratings)
This session provides an overview of PostgreSQL 9.1 Foreign Data Wrappers, a mechanism for retrieving data from remote data sources. We will contrast the native C interface with the Python interface provided via the Multicorn project. A real-world example will retrieve business data from salesforce.com and combine it with data held in native PostgreSQL tables using a simple SQL JOIN. Read more.
Java & JVM
Location: Portland 255
Hadi Hariri (JetBrains)
In this talk we demonstrate how easy it is to integrate Java and Kotlin in the same code base. You can keep all your java code and switch to Kotlin in the parts where you need conciseness, null-safety and enhanced APIs. We will cover Kotlin’s core features and enhancements to Java SDK: convenient (yet compatible) collection utilities, IO, String processing and much more. Read more.
Data
Location: E144
Ian Plosker (Basho Technologies, Inc)
Average rating: **...
(2.60, 5 ratings)
Watch as data models compete for the top prize. Who will win? Contestants will be judged on performance, ease of querying, and scalability. Join us to find out who will be America's Next Top Data Model. Read more.
Community
Location: E147
Scott Hanselman (Microsoft)
Average rating: ****.
(4.80, 5 ratings)
Will Microsoft ever get serious about Open Source? How does Microsoft design what is "Open Source" vs. "Source Opened"? Join Scott Hanselman from the Azure/ASP.NET/IIS team as he talks about what's going on in Open Source in the Angle Brackets and Curly Brackets space. Read more.

Sponsors

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